[rancid] Re: Netscreen: nlogin file 'set console page 0'
heas at shrubbery.net
Wed Nov 12 07:31:59 UTC 2008
Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 10:45:29PM +0000, Jethro R Binks:
> On Tue, 11 Nov 2008, john heasley wrote:
> > Some (broken) devices, like Foundry, have a global setting to
> > disable/enable the pager that is permanent and affects all users.
> Perhaps once, but does not appear to be the case even on modestly recent
> versions of the Foundry OS that I am familiar with (BigIron 7.6, 8.0,
> Super-X 3.x, 4.x, FWSX). skip-page-display is a Priv exec command that
> affects only the current session. Maybe it is time to remove the naughty
> words surrounding this bit in flogin :)
any who aspire to have a cisco-like CLI then make a simple command
different, like terminal length 0 which has been around since IOS 8.0,
deserve the naughty bits.
> "Serial console and Telnet CLI users can individually enable or disable
> page-display mode without affecting the page-display mode of other CLI
> This command is equivalent to the no enable skip-page-display command at
> the global CONFIG level."
> Global config command "enable skip-page-display" is per-system, rather
> than per-user. I guess the per-session priv exec command came later.
> I note similar comments for Extreme: "... an extreme (since the pager can
> not be disabled on a per-vty basis)".
can it be now? whats the command?
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